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SDAY, MAY 14, 1912.

YEAR BOOK GOES

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ON SALE TODAY
Copies of the 1912 Michiganensian
Arrived by Express
Yesterday.

ice Pledges
Every

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TWO DAYS.I

PRICE OF $2.50 IS UNCHANGED.
Weather permitting, the Nineteen-

pleted
for the
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ruan R. Mott,
ged in two days
e that is being
I by the Y. M. C.
e addresses on
the world fam-
oter started the
support for the
Busrah medical
n that is being

Twelve Michiganensian will go on sale be un
at 12 o'clock today at the tent tion b,
erected for the purpose near the flag- The t
pole. limiter
After more than a week of delay, voting
due to the strike in Chicago, which The
held up the shipment of the books, 500 appoir
of the 1,100 copies ordered arrived by jamin
express yesterday morning. As yet Earl (
it is not known where the remaining
600 are or when they will arrive. The
first lot will be disposed of at once, Prof
however, and when the others are Pro
ready they will also be placed on sale. ture
Transportation is so uncertain that no this io
predictions as to the time of their 311 of
arrival can be made, are in
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the U
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anagement has beaten all pre-
cords by completing the book
ree weeks earlier than usual,
ugh there are about. 60 more
is year and the shipment was
The price, $2.50, however,
be increased but will be the
in former years. The sale
tinue, providing it is neces-
til 5 o'clock. If any copies
or in case it rains, they will
sed of Wednesday from 9 to

Tardy

uncement will be made as soon
date of the shipment of the
is learned.
ING TABLE STARTED t
FOR APPROACHING MEETS c
A

Tne pians ior tne campaign were
formulated under the personal super-
vision of John Mott, the national head
of the Y. M. C. A. movement. Mr. Mott
left for New York Sunday evening im-
mediately following his address in
University Hall. The larger part of
the money already pledged was secur-
ed at this meeting.
SOPH TANGLE IS UNRAVELLED.
Date for Red Toquer Day Set; Choice
of Place Lies Between Three
Popular Resorts.
Out of the maze of date tangles, the
sophs have at last seen a half-light in
regard to Sophomore Day. The latest
solution is the three-fold choice of a
haven for that day in the shape of
Lakeland, Wolf Lake, or Douglas Lake.
These camping grounds are not as
popular as Whitmore, it is thought,
but if accommodations can be arrang-
ed for, the social committees promise
a rousing day for the second yearlings.
May 25 is the tentative date set for the
outing and inter-society, tug-of-war,
athletic association-or any other for-
mer bogy to the planners, can be dodg-
ed at that time.
Nothing final as yet has been decid-
ed, as the. merits of all' the. places
named are being weighed, but a de-
cree will be reached at an early date.
COUNCIL TO MAKE FINAL
SPRING CONTEST PLANS.
Final plans for the spring contests
will be formulated at the regular meet-
ing of the Student Council tonight.
The meeting which is scheduled to
start at 7 o'clock, will be open to the
public, and will be held in the north
wing of University hall.

The hard grind for the Syracuse ing
meet and the intercollegiate has be- eng:
gun at Ferry field and the track' men the
are devoting all their time to tuning spol
up. The training table has been start- rule
ed and although the number who are fisc
chosen for it is small, the list will be tees
added as the showing of different men the
warrants it. So far Gamble, Haff, the
Hanavan, Haimbaugh, Bond, Craig, car
Sargent, Waring, Kohler, Cohn,-Reck, igaz
and H. Smith have received the meal col
tickets. The picking of Cohn draws arot
attention to the fact that Waring is T
not going to be alone in the broad fres
jump and evidently Smith is counted gan

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on in the weights.
ENGS., LITS, AND LAWS WARBLE
TONIGHT AT SEPARATE SINGS,
. The senior engineers will sing to-
night at the engineering benches, and
the senior lits will warble Thursday
night under Tappan Oak at 7:30
o'clock. The senior laws will sing to-
night in front of the law building at
7 o'clock and will be led by Carlisle
Ferguson.
The next all senior sing w.ill be held
June 6.
Law Examination Schedules Posted.
According to the examination sched-
ule for the law department which has
just been posted, examinations in that
department will be finished this year
a day or two earlier than they were
last year. The first one will be giv-
en on Monday, June 10, and the last
one on Wednesday, June 19.

the class wear the grey caps and
conform to the other time honored Seve
traditions. The committee, at another 215 po
meeting held last evening, decided that tug-of-
for the first part of the week they first yE
would use persuasion on the tardy weight
members, but that if the end of the the he
week saw several freshmen without platfor
the caps, some more forcible means The
would be instituted. all ra
mark,
FRESHMAN RACQUET ARTISTS weighi
PLAY FIRST ROUND T0MOROW all, ov
gymna
The tournament for freshmen who Ano
are enthusiasts about tennis will start lay te
tomorrow at the Ferry field courts. from 3
The first year racquet artists will play this ev
the first round then and those who fail the ha
to appear will lose by default. The "Bert"
list of drawings for the tournament
will be posted at the courts today. A Lit So
considerable number of youngsters The
have entered the match and some will b
warm competition is expected. 16, at

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ere elected to Omega
meeting of the society
They are: Vera Bur-
ae Wiggins, '14, Mary
race Babcock, '14, Anne
Ruth Post, '13, Frances
Marjorie Walker, '14,
'14, and Nellie Hanna,
ion, followed by a ban-
eld soon.

""=NOON"

The

1912

Sale

M Ichganensian
IS HERE

I

On S" e at the Flag Pole

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